Weekly Feature

2018-01-17 / Police Blotter

Resident reports snow on ‘expensive fence’

Village of Kenmore

Monday, Jan. 8

A Kenmore Avenue resident reported that the rear windshield of her 2016 Chevrolet Malibu spontaneously broke.

A Parkwood Avenue resident reported a large amount of water in her basement.

A Colvin Boulevard resident said she is locked out of her apartment.

Tuesday, Jan. 9

A Kinsey Avenue resident reported that her neighbor is blowing snow all over her expensive fence.

An individual came to the department to report that he was supposed to receive a check and never got it. He also said the company says someone else cashed it.

A Hoover Avenue resident said the upstairs tenant is pounding on the floor.

Multiple calls reported that a tree branch is down and the lights are blowing onto Delaware Avenue.

Thursday, Jan. 11

A Stillwell Avenue resident reported that her neighbor is cutting down her bushes and doesn’t have a right to do so.

A North End Avenue resident reported that she came home to find that someone had gained entry to her apartment and had stolen her son’s bike.

A West Hazeltine Avenue resident reported that a neighbor’s car struck her house and she would like to speak to an officer.

A Eugene Avenue resident reported that her daughter saw a small bag of a white substance on the driveway when she was leaving for work.

Friday, Jan. 12

A Hoover Avenue resident reported that a heavyset man wearing blue rain gear was staring into his window.

A person came to the department with a pit bull that she found on West Hazeltine Avenue. The dog was transported to the West Seneca Dog Pound.

A Shepard Avenue reported hearing someone screaming.

A Washington Avenue resident reported that someone is parked in a “no standing” zone.

Saturday, Jan. 13

A caller reported a man in a black coat, jeans and a gray knit hat who is harassing customers for money at a Colvin Boulevard store.

A McKinley Avenue resident reported that the neighbors in the upper apartment are running their dogs and causing them to bark and create a disturbance.

A caller reported that two men appear to be arguing at the corner of Colvin Boulevard and East Hazeltine Avenue.

Sunday, Jan. 14

A Somerton Avenue resident contacted police, wondering if an officer could speak to her regarding an issue with her daughter’s boyfriend.

A caller reported a white pickup that has been parked since last night in the parking lot of a Delaware Avenue business.

Patrol reported arresting a person for driving with a suspended license.

Total calls: 172

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the police department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.)

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